Join us for the 7th Annual New York State Veterinary Fall Conference (NYS-VC Fall), hosted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society (NYSVMS) in Ithaca, NY.
Starting this year, Cornell and NYSVMS have chosen to offer two conferences to reach a wider audience of New York State veterinary professionals and para-professionals. The inaugural NYS-VC Spring was held May 16-18 in Rye Brook, NY, and had a focus on small animal medicine and surgery. As previously, NYS-VC Fall will offer lecture and laboratory options for large animal veterinarians, small animal veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians. Keeping the fall conference at Cornell during college expansion renovations will allow us to vary our offerings between conferences, with small group discussions and laboratories focused on a range of species offered each fall.
This year’s fall conference will feature an outstanding slate of speakers from across the country. Over the two day weekend, multiple tracks, with over 100 offerings will be available, including Companion Animal, Equine, Bovine, Small Ruminant and Camelid, Technician, and a dedicated Technician – Anesthesia Track. As in previous years, laboratories are offered in multiple tracks including small animal surgery, food animal, equine and technician anesthesia. New this year, the DeeDee Arrison Seminar has been incorporated into the fall conference, adding complementary medicine to our track offerings. This year’s seminar focus is small animal acupuncture.
On Friday this year, special limited attendance events are planned. College research activities will be highlighted in our NO-CHARGE Clinical Investigator’s Day. 20 pre-registered veterinarians are invited to attend this annual event, newly incorporated into the fall conference to listen to college residents present cutting edge research while earning CE credits.
As always, our fall, multi-species, multi-track event in Ithaca will offer excellent lectures, no charge, limited attendance laboratories, and opportunities to network with vendors and other attendees. Visit the exhibitors, talk to people around you in lectures, attend the networking events, enjoy the conference celebration dinner and then share it all when you return.
Register early to guarantee a spot in the no charge, limited attendance events and laboratories. Discounted Early Bird Registration ends September 2. If you miss the early bird deadline, you can still avoid the on-site registration fee surcharge by registering by Friday, September 26.
We look forward to seeing you in Ithaca, October 11-12, 2014!